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Cambridge Medical Graduates Society

The Cambridge Medical Graduates’ Society Educational Afternoon and Annual Dinner Trinity Hall, Cambridge Saturday 6th July 2019 Educational Afternoon and Tea  Free Admission Trinity Hall  Lecture Theatre                       13.45 – 16.45 Programme Dr Richard Pye.                    ‘So What Happens Now?’ From medicine to sculpture.                     Professor Harold Ellis.         ‘Two Royal Operations.’ Dr Cecilia Brassett.            … Read More »

Observer places on shoulder and elbow course

Cadaveric Elbow Arthroscopy Course  Thursday, 13th June 2019 Evelyn Cambridge  Mr Robinson is delighted to be able to offer 4 observer places for this course.  The cost to attend as an observer is £25.00, and you will need to call either myself or my colleague Julie Graham (01223 274 452), with your credit/debit card details to… Read More »

LINK fellowship- July 2019

An exciting opportunity to offer a place for one surgeon to attend a 6 month fellowship at the Endo Klinik in Germany has been made available through LINK. This has been offered at somewhat short notice but the position has only been made available to the UK; this is usually an international process. If anyone… Read More »

Training Hospital of the Year 2019

The training survey results have been compiled.  We had 49 trainees respond to the survey.  Data was collected for the current hospital / job and the previous.  This gave us 98 x unique scores for jobs across the region. The winning hospital was Colchester Hospital Orthopaedic Department. Summary of the overall scores for each hospital:… Read More »

King’s IM Nailing Symposium June 3/4th 2019

Mon, 3 Jun 2019 – Tue, 4 Jun 2019 Welcome back for the next episode of the King’s Im Nailing Symposium. This year the symposium will cover a two-day instructional and advanced meeting for IM Nailing, in trauma and limb reconstruction. Our faculty will include Prof. Heather Vallier from the USA (President Elect of the… Read More »

Study Leave – Aspirational Activity

Having now received several applications for funding beyond the £600 limit or for “aspirational” study leave, I have to remind you all of the following. Funding will only be granted when applied for prospectively So far the majority of requests I have received have been for courses already attended. I have been lenient up to… Read More »